Vanshika Yadav

Vanshika Yadav found out her passion for Literature through Enid Blyton and Ruskin Bond. Fascinated and intrigued, she found herself pursuing a Bachelor’s in English Literature at the University of Delhi. For now, she fuels her insatiable obsession with words by writing about culture, politics and news. Find Vanshika’s other writings at www.vanshikayadav.in
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What to expect from Foreign language courses in DU?

Foreign language courses are a great way to begin learning a whole new language or to sharpen your existing linguistic skills. The University of Delhi offers many such part-time courses in a...

Making sense of the unrest 𑁋 Decoding tensions between Uighurs and the Chinese Government

The Uighurs, a Muslim Turkic ethnic group of approximately 11 million people, have a complex history in China. They are primarily concentrated in Xinjiang, a place that has been involved with separatist...

India’s obsession with foreign reaction channels : Reddit speaks

Youtube has seen a growing surge of non-Indians reacting to the nation's hot topics to target Indian viewership. Jaby Koay, Geeks-a-Musing, Indi Rossi and Karolina Goswami are some of the many upcoming...

Opinion│Decoding Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez’s sensationalisation

Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (AOC), the youngest woman in Congress, is one of the USA’s most popular politicians. She is a member of the Democratic Socialists of America (DSA), an organisation that believes in...

Five wholesome things that have happened in 2020 so far

Everybody needs some wholesome content, especially with how difficult 2020 has been. We have had a pandemic, lockdowns, forest fires, mass layoffs, and so much more. So let us not let this...

Kyle Rittenhouse 𑁋 a case of self-defence or white supremacy?

On 26 August, Kyle Rittenhouse, a seventeen-year-old boy from Wisconsin, was arrested and charged with First Degree Intentional Homicide for the altercation in Kenosha. The place has witnessed Black Lives Matter protests...

Is it appropriate to call someone a ‘Social Justice Warrior’?

The connotations for the term Social Justice Warriors (SJWs) has seen a huge change in the last two decades. Allegedly, the term was first used in 1991 for Canadian Unionist - Michel...

How does the University of Delhi fare globally?

The University of Delhi is one of the most popular universities in India. Every year, high school graduates from all over the country follow a long-standing tradition of eagerly waiting for the...

Vanshika Yadav

Vanshika Yadav found out her passion for Literature through Enid Blyton and Ruskin Bond. Fascinated and intrigued, she found herself pursuing a Bachelor’s in English Literature at the University of Delhi. For now, she fuels her insatiable obsession with words by writing about culture, politics and news. Find Vanshika’s other writings at www.vanshikayadav.in
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